Sons of Anarchy Season 7 has arrived on Netflix UK and Amazon Prime, following its digital premiere in the UK last year.
Kurt Sutter’s adrenaline-fuelled, darkly comic drama, which explores a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s desire to protect its livelihood, has built up a sizeable following on both sides of the Atlantic, but the final season wasn’t shown on a TV channel in the UK: it was released digitally, straight to iTunes and blinkbox.
Season 7 of Sons of Anarchy premiered in the UK on digital platforms every Wednesday from September 2014, within 24 hours of its US broadcast.
Speaking exclusively to VODzilla.co, Tom Austin, Product Manager at Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, commented: “Sons of Anarchy has such a loyal fan base here in the UK and the word-of-mouth about this ground-breaking franchise just keeps growing.
“It is fantastic that UK fans will be able to see each episode of the explosive final season of Sons of Anarchy digitally just 24 hours after it screens in the US.”
Now, though, the show has ridden onto subscription VOD services, finally allowing fans to binge on the fantastic, explosive finale. All seven seasons of Sons of Anarchy are now on Netflix UK, which costs £7.49 per month for new customers, and Amazon Prime, which costs £5.99 per month. The show will also arrive on NOW TV from 23rd July.
For our reviews of SAMCRO’s finale ride, head this way.
You can now download the whole season from iTunes for £19.99 (SD) and £24.99 (HD), or from blinkbox or Google Play.
A Sons of Anarchy Season 7 iTunes Season Pass also includes two exclusive bonus features: an interview with Charlie Hunnam, in which the star reflects on the past six seasons and describes what might be in store for Jax as the ride comes to an end, and a behind-the-scenes video in which creator Kurt Sutter and the cast discuss the unique bond they share after the many miles they’ve ridden.
Where can I watch Sons of Anarchy online on pay-per-view VOD?